It seems that a latte with too much milk is fragrant and delicious, but for me, an addict who can't wake up without coffee every morning for 40 years, it is really not enough to wake up. I got up, stretched my waist, walked to the capsule coffee machine that the assistant students had given me, grabbed a small black capsule, put it into the small hole of the machine, pressed it with my index finger, and in less than a minute, the coffee was ready.
I can't wait to raise a glass and smell the fragrance to satisfy my Image Manipulation Service nose; open my mouth and fill my mouth to please my mouth. The important thing is to finally be fully awake. Coffee, coffee, I need you. But as a scientist who is curious about behaviors in daily life, with decades of experience in drinking coffee, he must have some experience. Whether coffee can effectively refresh the mind is related to the time it takes to drink coffee. I drink at most 3 cups of coffee a day. The first cup I wake up in the morning is habitual, and I wake up after drinking it. But the refreshing effect is not great.
After a long time, I feel that my spirit is not good, and I have to have another drink. Usually after the second cup, I am not only satisfied, but also feel full of vitality, and the full energy can last for a whole morning. After lunch, set aside a cup. Can work hard into the evening. Years of experience in drinking coffee have also taught me that if you only drink one cup a day, it is best to drink it 2 or 3 hours after waking up, that is, 9 to 10 in the morning, which is the most refreshing. The refreshing effect of coffee depends on the time of drinking coffee. It is not just my personal experience. This speculation is actually supported by the results of brain science experiments.